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  • McCain: The idocy keeps on coming!

    I'm thinking the dude is getting senile.

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/mccain-massive-cover-benghazi-193426972--politics.html

     

    While discussing the contentious confirmation hearings for defense secretary nominee Chuck Hagel, things got a bit heated on Sunday's "Meet The Press" when Sen. John McCain referred to the lack of information from the White House surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi as a "massive cover-up."

    "There are so many answers we don't know," McCain told host David Gregory. "We've had two movies about getting bin Laden and we don't even know who the people were who were evacuated from the consulate the day after the [Benghazi] attack. So there are many, many questions. So we've had a massive cover-up on the part of the administration."

    Gregory then pressed McCain on what the Arizona senator meant by "a massive cover-up."

    "I'm asking you, do you care whether four Americans died?" McCain said. "And shouldn't people be held accountable for the fact that four Americans died?"

    "Well, what you said was the cover-up--a cover-up of what?" Gregory asked.

    "Of the information concerning the deaths of four brave Americans," McCain replied. "The information has not been forthcoming. You obviously believe that it has. I know that it hasn't. And I'll be glad to send you a list of the questions that have not been answered, including 'What did the president do and who did he talk to the night of the attack on Benghazi?'"

    McCain continued: "Why did the president for two weeks, for two weeks during the heat of the campaign continue to say he didn't know whether it was a terrorist attack or not? Is it because it interfered with the line 'Al Qaeda has [been] decimated'? And 'everything's fine in that in that part of the world'? Maybe. We don't know. But we need the answers. Then we'll reach conclusions. But we have not received the answers. And that's a fact."

    Earlier, the former Republican presidential nominee said he expects Hagel to be confirmed as defense secretary even though he doesn't plan to vote for him.

    "I don't believe he is qualified," McCain said. "But I don't believe that we should hold up his nomination any further."

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    i saw that moment on meet the press. one of the few times someone has stood up to mccain and challenged his cover-up premise.

     

    and mccain is mad at hagel over not supporting mccain's positions on iraq.

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    • Jack Walker
      Jack Walker commented
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      Tom Hicks wrote:

      i saw that moment on meet the press. one of the few times someone has stood up to mccain and challenged his cover-up premise.

       

      and mccain is mad at hagel over not supporting mccain's positions on iraq.


      What is the truth Tom?


  • #3

    Obama Benghazi.

     

    They go together like peaches and cream.

    Disclaimer: My threads and posts are created to allow forum members to discuss interesting subject matter.

    I reserve the right to change my decisions at anytime.

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    • E-money
      E-money commented
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      Visconti wrote:

      Obama Benghazi.

       

      They go together like peaches and cream.


      It will probably cost Obama the White House is 2016!


  • #4
    He's a doddering old fool
    "Political Correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."“Conservatives say if you don't give the rich more money, they will lose their incentive to invest. As for the poor, they tell us they've lost all incentive because we've given them too much money.”― George Carlin"The founding fathers were well aware of rapid firing capabilities by the indians." - NormH

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    • Daryl Flynn
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      LithiumZero wrote:
      He's a doddering old fool

      Let him have it, granny.


  • #5

    Took Obama two weeks to try and figure things out? Taking McCain and the rest of the repugs over a year.

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    • #6

      McCain apologizes for 'wacko birds' comment

       

      Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) apologized for calling Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.) "wacko birds"

      In a recent interview with The Huffington Post after Paul, Cruz, and a number of other Republicans performed a standing filibuster of John Brennan's nomination for CIA director to force the administration to answer questions on its drone policy, McCain was asked whether the lawmakers were a "positive force" in the Republican Party. McCain described Paul and Cruz as "wacko birds."

      "In an interview I said that Sen. Paul and Sen. Cruz were wacko birds. That was inappropriate and I apologize to them for saying that because I respect them both," McCain said Friday in an interview with Fox News. "I respect what they stand for and what they believe in. They've both made an impact already in the United States Senate."


      In a later interview also on Fox News, Cruz addressed McCain's apology.


      "I appreciate Sen. McCain's graciousness in saying that. On the substance, if it makes us wacko birds to stand for liberty, to stand for the Constitution, then that's a badge of honor I wear proudly," Cruz said.

      Cruz noted that he praised McCain's military service in a speech on the Senate floor a day earlier, which was the 40th anniversary of McCain's release from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam.

      "I took to the Senate floor yesterday to commemorate and to honor John McCain for his valor, for his integrity, for his incredible courage to turn down early release and instead to spend years more in torture for his country, and so whatever senators may choose to say disparaging things about me, I have no intention of doing the same," Cruz said. "My focus, my job is to stand up for principles of liberty and to stand for the Constitution."

      Cruz was then asked if he "gets along" with McCain.

      "Lots of folks say things that they may regret later," Cruz responded. "I can't control what they say. What I can control is what I say and my focus is consistently focused on the substance and the merits."


      Read more: http://thehill.com/video/senate/288539-mccain-apologizes-for-wacko-birds-comment#ixzz2OnC4yC3K
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      McDERP!

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      • #7
        Thread must be true, because if anyone is an authority on idiocy, it's the OP.

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        • erok123
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          prolurkerguy wrote:
          Thread must be true, because if anyone is an authority on idiocy, it's the OP.

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      • #8
        Point proven.

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        • #9
          iDocy

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          • Notu
            Notu commented
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            prolurkerguy wrote:
            iDocy

            That **************** drives you batty. lol


        • #10
          It's a new Apple product, yes?

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          • dblazer
            dblazer commented
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            McCain's grasp of reality has always been tenuous at best due to his Cinderella story. Now that he's old and senile it's even worse, and his wife owning a lot of liquor might not be helping.












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